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Our preventative pest control program is for both commercial and residential customers who desire complete protection from unwanted pests in their home or business. This program offers several tiers of protection for our customers based on their needs and budget.
All of our pest management services utilize Integrated Pest Management (IPM) principles. Integrated Pest Management is an ecosystem based strategy that focuses on long term prevention of pests or their damage through a combination of techniques such as biological control, habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices, and the use of resistant varieties. Many successful IPM programs have reduced the use of pesticides. Whenever possible, our technicians will choose the method of control that poses the least risk to both human health and the environment, while still meeting the customer's needs.
Recent concern over insect borne diseases such as West Nile, Zika, and Lyme have caused many of our favorite outdoor recreational areas to be avoided.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an ecosystem based strategy that focuses on long term prevention of pests or their damage through a combination of techniques such as biological control, habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices, and the use of resistant varieties. Many successful IPM programs have reduced the use of pesticides.
Most common outdoor pests, such as ticks and mosquitoes, require a combination of the methods described above and properly applied pesticides. We use integrated pest management (IPM) strategies to reduce nuisance pest populations to tolerable levels. These include biological control as well as organic and chemical methods. Child-safe and pet-safe control methods are available to our clients as well.
We believe in managing pests outside of the home whenever possible. This eliminates the need to use pesticide products inside the home and reduces the potential for human exposure to these products. In many cases, inside infestations can be avoided if treatments are done timely on the outside.
Monthly treatment plans to reduce the pest populations in your outdoor spaces.
Child and pet friendly products available.
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One time evaluation and treatment will reduce mosquito and tick populations for up to one month. One time treatments are a great option for outdoor celebrations such as weddings, graduation parties, and family reunions.
Child and pet friendly products available.
We offer affordable treatment solutions for common household pests, such as spiders, ants, and earwigs. We also offer solutions that will protect your home from structurally damaging rodents. Our professional technicians will treat the perimeter of your home or business to guard against the invasion of pesky insects.
Organic treatment methods are available for the control of some pests. We offer single treatment pricing as well as monthly service plans. Contact us today for more information
We offer traditional rodent control services for your home or business. Very often by eliminating sources of food, water, and harborage around the interior of a structure, rodents can be easily controlled from the outside. This method eliminates the need for the technician to enter your home for follow-up treatments, unless necessary. In most cases, rodent problems can be eliminated after just 1 treatment. Maintenance treatments will ensure that your home or business is rodent free for many months to come.
Buck Environmental Solutions LLC offers structural pest and rodent inspections to determine if your property has a problem with pests. Very often, clients will request an inspection for household pests, especially wood-damaging pests, prior to a potential real estate transaction. Our technicians are trained to identify common household pests and locate their points of entry into a structure. Damage resulting from pests such as carpenter ants and termites can be costly to repair and identifying an infestation before it gets too large can save you money.
If you are remodeling a home or landscape, contact us for solutions on how to "pest proof" your property.